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 on: Today at 07:56:18 pm 
Started by pacinpreacher - Last post by PvtGreg

Welcome brother, Pvt Greg Ft Donelson Camp 62 SUV.

 on: Today at 07:55:13 pm 
Started by Major 2 - Last post by Arcey
Congrats to the wife 'n yerownself, PE. Sorry I missed it the first time.

Takin' the collards off the heat in a few. Samples tastin' right promisin'.

 on: Today at 07:32:25 pm 
Started by texaswoodworker - Last post by Major 2
The Matte finish has been around several years under different names

Uberti offered the Millennium, 12-14 years ago .... US firearms had the Rodeo and the Rodeo II
( USFA even tried 4 color variations tan, OD, black, and mustard in matte "Fail ")
Filli Pietta has their version....

As far as the Smoke Wagon in 44 spcl.,  I'd call Sue and ask, I'm sure she could pick you a pair of Cattleman, New Models in 44 Spcl.
and have Cody Conagher tune them...cost would be about the same and you have your 44 spcl.
Or Try Longhunter.... they are all Uberti's  Smiley

If you are looking at Cimarron (Uberti)  , I'd suggest 3 B shooting Supply ( Brian Buck )   

 on: Today at 07:31:36 pm 
Started by ConstellationMarine - Last post by ConstellationMarine
I have owned a M1865 Burnside Spencer Carbine since I was a teenager. Bought it when it was a beater and fixed it up over the years.

It has a 2 digit SN.

I have seen folks...especially "Herbert" help folks with historical information on these.

Can anyone tell me when/if the first 100 of these were delivered to the US Government and where they went after that?

I can provide specific SN if necessary.


 on: Today at 07:23:14 pm 
Started by Deadeye Don - Last post by ConstellationMarine
We made a run of the correct M1885 Span-Am Blanket.   We have about 20 left.  If interested, contact me at

They are $100 each plus shipping.

Steve Bockmiller
Waynesboro, PA

 on: Today at 07:17:58 pm 
Started by ConstellationMarine - Last post by ConstellationMarine
Our unit had a run of the M1885 soldier/Marine blanket (blue/gray with indigo end stripes).  We have about 20 left, first come, first served.   Made by Woolrich based on two originals we provided for their study.  They are $100 each, plus shipping -  $13 for one, $17 for two.  Custom price quotes for orders of 3 or more.  Good for post 1885 IW, SAW, Boxer Rebellion, Native American, civilian "appropriation" and even up into World War I.

If interested, contact me at
Steve Bockmiller
Waynesboro, PA

 on: Today at 07:16:03 pm 
Started by Major 2 - Last post by Russ T Chambers
Been a high thin overcast here all day.  Only made it to 44, but still no rain.

The pre-thanksgiving Thanks giving went off fine,  The turkey and all the trimminís can together at the same time, and nobody left the table hungry.  Even lit a fire in the fireplace afterwards to accompany some libation and conversation.

 on: Today at 07:13:40 pm 
Started by Silver_Rings - Last post by matt45
Hello the Camp
     I am a newbie to the board, but have found in the past several days that the 45-60 responds amazingly well to uniforming the flash holes and uniforming the primer pockets.  My rifle (Uberti) also likes Federal primers in both Black and Smokeless loads.  I am using the JBL brass, so such might not be a universal.

 on: Today at 07:12:52 pm 
Started by Pitspitr - Last post by ConstellationMarine
We still have about 20 of these left.  We are not posting them on Ebay at the moment, but happy to make direct sales.

While supplies last.

Steve Bockmiller
Waynesboro, PA

 on: Today at 07:11:00 pm 
Started by Pay Dirt Norvelle - Last post by ConstellationMarine
Paydirt: you assemble your kit...we have a very limited number of repro 1885 blankets.  We had a run made for our unit and we have a few left.  Fundraiser for our unit.  THey are $100 each plus shipping.  my contact is if you want more information.

Steve Bockmiller
Waynesboro, PA

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